United Fairy Moons records of Dunedin is stinking proud to bring you this fucking exquisite debut full-length CDR, a precision melange of guitar beauty-therapy and epic munt as only the inimitable Mr Storm can do it. Rorys been active on the Dunedin scene for some years now, although the word active is a sick insult in light of his accomplishments. Somehow this most amiable of men has become the hardest working man in Dunedin showbusiness. Need someone to play at an acoustic songwriters night? Need an ensemble of noise-full randoms to play at your art opening, or a cheap-piss Tuesday? Need someone to DJ at your party, or your strip club, or on the radio? Need a guy to liason with visiting bands, judge competitions, work the door, hand out flyers, chair meetings etc, etc, etc? Rorys your man. And when hes not doing all that, he likes to kick back, flick on the recorder and jam out a bit of early 90s electro beats, free jazz sludge, glitch-hop, or as is the case with with this disc, one of the most astonishing glacial drone guitar-slash-makeout records you might ever hear. Vague traces of noted Dunedin minimalist riff-hangers, such as David Kilgour, Michael Morley, Sara Stephenson, and Clayton Noone can be discerned; but filtered through a child-of-the-80s psyche thats highly intelligent and weirdly eclectic in its predilictions. Watch out also for discs by his group Rory Storm & the Invaders (featuring Jonny Chapman, ex-Double Leopards and a UFM regular) coming soon on Celebrate Psi Phenomena and, hopefully, this label. But until then, heres a full hour of the gathered Storm - please enjoy with our compliments. - United Fairy Moons.